Jobbik in Hungary
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Fidesz MPs were panned by Péter Jakab in his pre-agenda speech for failing to show up at their workplace.
Márton Gyöngyösi talked to Alfahír
Tamás Sneider talked to Alfahír.hu
The President of the Republic also obeyed the command of foreign big business and signed the slavery act into law.
The Hungarian Industrial Association hosted a roundtable meeting of several opposition parties and trade unions to coordinate their plans.
As a socially sensitive national people’s party, Jobbik believes that labour is a key organizing force of our society.
Mr Mirkóczki also emphasized that Jobbik fully supported the protests and the demonstrators, and was ready to use all legal means to help them.
Jobbik’s president was among the protesters in Budapest’s Kossuth Square
Márton Gyöngyösi: Slavery act is unconstitutional and was passed by breaking the Parliament's house rules
Hungary’s opposition parties held a joint press conference and condemned the pro-government majority for passing the slavery act in Parliament.
Jobbik MPs turn to President Áder